It will be clear to partly cloudy with a chance of haze and temperatures rising to make for warmer and drier than usual conditions. Sharav heatwave conditions will prevail in most places with southerly winds up to 35kilometers/22 miles an hour, especially in the south. Temperatures are expected to drop, Wednesday, mainly along the Mediterrean coast and at lower elevations inland, but it will still be warmer than usual, with a rise in temperature on Thursday bringing the Sharav conditions back to the inland lowlands. On Friday the Sharav will spread to most areas with gusty winds and a chance of haze.
Jerusalem: 27Celsius/81Fahrenheit; Golan Heights: 26C/79F; Haifa: 28/82;
Kinneret/Sea of Galilee, Eilat: 30/86; Tel Aviv: 31/88; Be'er Sheva': 34/93;
Dead Sea: 32/90